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The Philosophy of Andy Warhol Summary
Andy Warhol

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The Philosophy of Andy Warhol Summary

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The Philosophy of Andy Warhol (From A to B and Back Again) by Andy Warhol is a nonfiction account of Andy Warhol's perspectives and opinions. Andy's topics include the esoteric as well as the mundane as he rambles his way through a variety of subjects which have become important to Andy at some time in his life. Through the disconnected and sometimes disjointed philosophizing, the reader begins to understand Andy the man and Andy the artist. Andy's completely unselfconscious look into his life lets the reader glimpse into Andy's celebrity life without really seeing much at all.

Andy is afflicted with a nervous system disorder called St. Vitus Dance as a young boy and spends much of his childhood in bed with his paper doll cut outs and a Charlie McCarthy doll. Because of his frailty, Andy's mother encourages quiet activities such as reading and drawing, both of...

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